Horseless carriages outside the Hollywood Hotel, 1903

Horseless carriages outside the Hollywood Hotel, 1903Here we can see the Hollywood Hotel in the year it opened, 1903, when the most common form of transport up and down Hollywood Boulevard – then called Prospect Blvd – was still probably a horse and carriage. It’s hard to make out clearly, but it seems that lined up in front of the hotel are a half-dozen of them there new-fangled horseless carriage. So even back then, Hollywood was cutting edge.

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One Response to Horseless carriages outside the Hollywood Hotel, 1903

  1. A great pic from the past. I find the advances of the previous century unbelievable.
    Love always, Lou